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Re: st: Health Survey for England


From   "Christopher W. Ryan" <cryan@binghamton.edu>
To   statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu
Subject   Re: st: Health Survey for England
Date   Mon, 02 Oct 2006 13:27:46 -0400

In case anyone is interested, the ESDS Government confirmed with me that
the variable named AREA is the psu in the Health Survey of England 2002.
 They also sent me a small Stata data file that contains the strata, a
variable called CLUSTER.  This file can be -merge-'ed with the large
main data file, to make the whole shebang amenable to proper survey
analysis, with psu() and strata().

--Chris
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Christopher W. Ryan, MD
SUNY Upstate Medical University Clinical Campus at Binghamton
and Wilson Family Practice Residency, Johnson City, NY
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Christopher W. Ryan wrote:
> The latest from ESDS Government on this question:
> 
> "It does look like we were rather hasty in saying that the PSUs weren't
> in the data, having had a look at the data it does look like you may
> have found them!  I will seek confirmation from the survey organisation
> who designed the survey to be certain, and so that we can post this
> information for future users.  They may also have some advice on dealing
> with the (aparent) lack of full stratification information as well (as
> although we have health authorities in the data I don't believe we have
> the % of households that are non-manual). "
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